Whether it’s for commercial or residential use, a good fence is essential for security and an improved appearance of your property. Delineating property boundaries is also a reason for installing a fence and your location also determines the kind of fence you would need to use.
The common types of fences available are chain link, vinyl, and aluminum or ornamental steel fences.
Chain link types are common in making commercial fences due to its durability and versatility. Chain link fences can also be used indoors to divide workspace, thus ensuring safety at your workplace, and also for athletic uses, like tennis courts and baseball fields. You can use chain link to secure material storage yards, parking lots and impound yards.
An average chain link for a commercial fence is about 6 to 10 feet tall. Privacy slats are an addition to the chain link for more privacy and a more impermeable fence. While repairing chain link fences are uncommon, Utah's United Fence Company suggests buying a new one instead in case you need to do so.
Aluminum or Ornamental Steel
For your perimeter fencing, adopt style and strength combination using aluminum or ornamental steel. A fence made of ornamental steel or aluminum is strong and can withstand hits from powerful equipment and cars. Aluminum is naturally corrosion-resistant, reducing your fence maintenance cost. In addition, these fences contain an outer sealing against weathering, thus giving you guarantee for longevity.
In your business or at home, you might need some privacy or to hide unsightly items. Vinyl fencing is the best solution in such cases and you can use it in protecting dangerous equipment or as dumpster enclosures. Vinyl fencing is available in a range of colors: clay, tan, gray, almond, and white. A vinyl fence requires no painting, staining, or maintenance, making it a very cost-friendly option.
Regardless of the type you end up buying, you need to consider getting quality fence installation and repair services from experienced fencing experts.